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7 expert recommendations
A friendly wine bar in informal surroundings, Enoteca Corsi has wooden shelves straining under the weight of wine bottles.
Very convenient to the historic center for lunch or an afternoon break, this little hole-in-the-wall looks like it missed the revolution. Full review →
Here's a breath of unpretentious fresh air in a pricey neighborhood: an informal wine tavern open for lunch only. Full review →
Merrily the worse for wear, family-run Corsi is a genuine old-style Roman eatery. Full review →
Tucked away between Piazza Venezia and the Pantheon, this is an old-fashioned Roman trattoria and wine shop where you eat what they happen to have cooked that morning.
This 1940s wine shop was the first in Rome to begin serving lunch, and is now more trattoria than enoteca. The daily-changing menu is written up on the board at the entrance. Full review →
This lunch-only wine bar and osteria is always bustling with customers for its great menu of traditional Roman dishes like saltimbocca (a thin veal medallion with prosciutto and sage). Full review →
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